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In this Adobe After Effects tutorial you will learn how to create audio.
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How to Create Audio in After Effects
Hey, everyone and welcome to another Robert’s Production’s studios video tutorial. Today, we have an After Effects quick tip of how to use audio and after effects. First thing I want to let you know is have you ever use an mp3 file and when you rendered it out it sound distorted or clipped? They may sound perfectly fine in after effects but once you render it out it is distorted or clipped.
Well, my suggestion is do not use an mp3 file. MP3 files sound like they may work but they really don’t work. If you need to use an mp3 file, I suggest you convert it using a free audio editing software called audacity. You can convert audio to wave from there and it will work a lot a better with after effects. That’s number one rule, do not use an mp3 file in after effects. That’s why would come out distorted or clipped. A lot of questions people asked was how do you listen to audio while making a movie or working with the video?
One thing you can use is the period key which is in on your number keypad and if you hit period you can hear the audio. You can hear the wind there and if you want to turn off the audio for the clip itself, you can click this little speaker here and that will turn off the audio. If I hit period you wouldn’t hear anything or you can also turn off the audio for the whole composition itself by going to composition preview, audio. If you’d like to turn on audio back on just do the same steps composition, preview, audio and that will put a check mark on the audio and turn the audio back on.
If you’d like to turn the audio back on for this specific video file, just hit this little speaker button right here that we turned off earlier. If you’d like to see the wave form of the file, it’s a pretty cool tip here in after effects, just hit LL on your keyboard and there's a wave form for this audio file. The wave form for the audio file is great if you're using like put it in the sound of glass breaking. You know exactly where to put it and when the sound is going to start.
If you like working with key frames, I don’t know what you could use this for, but you could also transform or convert your audio file into key frames. If you click on your video file that has audio or your audio file, click on it then go to animation key frame assistant convert audio to key frames then you get this no object here. This has all the key frames for that audio file as you could see there.
And another cool tip is that you can listen to the audio frame by frame. If you hold on to control key and you scrap through the video, you can hear the audio, frame by frame, just like that. To watch the video and listen through audio altogether, you do have to render it out but one thing that I suggest you do is that changing the quality or the resolution to quarter, it may look like really bad quality but this would render it out really fast and give you an idea of how the audio is going to work with the project. So render it out and that will show you how the audio and everything is going to work with the project.
One more thing I want to show you is that if you're going to be rendering audio out with the—by the way, I just want to let you know this little project we’re working on Demon Face warp brought to you by videocopilot.net. Thank you, Andrew Kramer.
Alright, if you want to render out the audio, you go to composition, make movie. You get this render cue down here for the output module, click on lossless, see this little check mark, audio output, check that and that will just boom. You have a audio output, change your settings here and click okay. Once you’ve done that you can hit render and it render it out. Once that is done you could locate your file where we save it to, open it up and play it and you will hear your audio along with the video. This video of Sony is to be edited. I have some more editing to do. I want to insert some scary roar sounds, you know make it little bit cooler. This video would be uploaded to our new website, our pstudios.web44.net.
We will be getting the paid domains soon so don’t worry about that. I said domain and so all I wanted to remind you do not use an mp3 file. Next time you try to insert an mp3 file into an after effects project, just listen to that little voice in the back of your head saying “No don’t do it, no!” Everybody got that little voice in back of their head and that’s all I can show you today about audio and after effects. Hopefully, this was helpful. If you're in YouTube please rate, comment and subscribe. I'm Robert from Robert’s Production Studios and until next time, take care.